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Is Chelsea vs Brighton on TV? Blues desperate to end three-game winless run in tricky Carabao Cup match – team news | The Sun
CHELSEA couldn't buy a win at the moment – and they now face a tough Carabao Cup fourth-round test against Brighton.
Ollie Watkins' 73rd-minute strike inspired Aston Villa to a win against the ten-men Blues at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Pressure is building on Mauricio Pochettino as his side are winless in their last three matches which includes a 1-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest.
And he now has to navigate the Blues past a Brighton side who are fresh from brushing picking apart Bournemouth at the AMEX.
Furthermore, the Seagulls have beaten Chelsea in their last two consecutive meetings.
When is Chelsea vs Brighton?
Chelsea welcome Brighton to their home for a huge Carabao Cup fourth-round clash on Wednesday, September 27.
It is scheduled to get underway at 7:45pm BST.
Stamford Bridge in West London is the allocated arena for this thrilling match and it can host around 40,343 fans.
Danny Welbeck and Julio Enciso completed the turnaround for the Seagulls after Conor Gallagher's opener when the sides went to battle in April.
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Is Chelsea vs Brighton?
Unfortunately, Chelsea vs Brighton will NOT be broadcast live on TV in the UK.
This match has not been selected for live TV coverage in the UK on either Sky Sports or TNT Sports.
However, fans can tune into SunSport's blog which will bring you live minute-by-minute coverage including pre-match and post-match reaction.
What is the team news?
Mauricio Pochettino has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the Brighton fixture and the Blues would have been delighted to Armando Broja and Marc Cucurella return despite Sunday's result.
Noni Madueke and Benoit Badiashile could also get some minutes as the pair are back in training.
However, Reece James (hamstring), Christopher Nkunku (knee), Trevoh Chalobah (hamstring), Carney Chukwuemeka (knee), Malang Sarr (rib), Marcus Bettinelli (knee), Romeo Lavia (ankle) and Wesley Fofana (Cruciate ligament) all remain out.
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And Malo Gusto is suspended for three matches after his reckless challenge got upgraded from a yellow to a red card by VAR against Villa.
Elsewhere, Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi has confirmed that Jakub Moder is back on the grass.
But it is unlikely that the trio of James Milner, Julio Enciso and Pascal Gross will make the trip to Stamford Bridge.
What are the latest odds?
Chelsea to win 13/10
Brighton to win 15/8
*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes are correct at time of publication